Photo Book Available

I’ve just published a book showcasing some of my images over the past couple of years.  Most of the photographs in this book have received awards or appeared in various shows.  I hope to bring out a Photo-Journey, Selection of Images book annually.

If you’re interested in this book, available in hardcover, softcover or ebook, check it out here

Book description Photography is one of the most popular hobbies in the world today but one thing is clear – while taking a good quality picture is easier and more accessible than ever before, there continues to be a distinction betweScreen Shot 2015-01-23 at 10.50.28 AMen snapshots and photographs; picture takers and photographers. My creative journey began with writing novels in the late 90’s and now encompasses photography, videography and screenwriting (despite a career in information technology). I jumped on the photography bandwagon in the digital age (along with millions of others) and got hooked. It is so much easier to share a well-crafted image than a 100,000 word novel. And through the lens, I discovered a renewed fascination with the natural world. At times, I’ve questioned my obsessive creative pursuits – am I crazy? Maybe so but I believe this quotation from Thomas Merton provides one possible explanation for my behaviour: “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”. I hope you enjoy these images. They represent both my personal journey and a desire to share my experiences and unique view of the world which I believe is a motivation for many artists.

Link for the Photo-Journey eBook for iPad 


With a professional background and education in enterprise software but a lifelong love of the arts, I published my second novel, "Vision Speak", in 2010. Over the past several years, I've explored photography, film production and screenwriting. Along the way, I've questioned my obsessive pursuits - am I crazy? Perhaps this quotation from Thomas Merton serves as explanation. "Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” I'm still searching...